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The outline of the damp, mildewy wall was just visible in the feeble, flickering light.
We followed a pad through the weeds until we came to a dilapidated, mildewy slab hut.
FROM CHART HOUSE TO BUSH HUTCHARLES W. L. BRYDE
He presented, altogether, rather a mildewy appearance, and emitted a fragrant odour of full-flavoured Cubas.
Miss Troil came in and took out the things, which, having become damp and mildewy, she wished to dry.
PETER TRAWLW. H. G. KINGSTON
She broke one, drinking its water, which was mildewy, and eating the last particle of the meat.
SOUTH SEA TALESJACK LONDON
Tommy is one o' that mildewy sort as are gen'rally gloomy and down on their luck.
Although the meat was passable, the bread—heavy, sodden, and often mildewy—was a source of daily and indignant protest.
Their faces are all mildewy--eaten away,' and she hid her face for an instant with her left hand.
The old black wrap was still in it, but it was mildewy and stuck to the basket.
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